disgest

disgest

(dɪsˈdʒɛst)
vb
1. (Physiology) an obsolete term for digest
2. (Psychology) an obsolete term for digest
3. (Chemistry) an obsolete term for digest
4. an obsolete term for digest
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Antony proves correct Cassius's assertion, in reference to Casca, that such a show of bluntness "gives men stomach to disgest his words / With better appetite" (1.
Examples are sith, conster, disgest, adventers, strook, and the frequent elided particles (e.
Line 275 disgest ] (to) stomach; (to) bring slowly to a state of perfection Loose mimics ] players; (by extension) dissipated flatterers.